Plymouth Country Club is a Private, 18 hole golf course located in Plymouth, Massachusetts.
Plymouth Country Club first opened for play in 1910. The course was designed by Donald J. Ross.
Plymouth Country Club is private member-owned country club, celebrating its 100th Anniversary in 2010. Its shining star is it's 18-hole championship course designed by famed Scottish architect Donald Ross. Their new clubhouse provides for intimate dining, a modern function facility overlooking some of the most attractive holes on this Ross masterpiece as well as Plymouth Bay, the Gurnet Lighthouse and the lower South Shore coastline.
Plymouth Country Club Golf Course plays to a par-69 and a maximum distance of 6,228 yards. The course rating is 70.0 and the slope rating is125.
Member (cart included), played on Friday, October 2010 at noon
Have been a member for the past year but have played at the course regularly for almost 50 years. Plymouth CC is known for the annual Hornblower Classic that attracts the best golfers in the North East. Despite it's length, the course plays much longer. Nobody eats up this course on a regular basis. When set up for tournament play, the fast, domed greens can humble the best of players. In my opinion, one of the great bargains in the area and a great test of golf. Try it out. You won't be disappointed.
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